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September 21, 1992 Table Of Contents

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Focus

All Pumped Up

The improbable sport of handcar racing is on a roll

By Jay Feldman

U.S. Open

Survival of the Fittest

In a U.S. Open that went on and on, Stefan Edberg and Monica Seles persevered for the second year in a row

By Sally Jenkins

NFL Week 2

Ping-Pong Football

The Bills and the 49ers raced from end zone to end zone, with Buffalo finally proving it can win a matchup with an NFC powerhouse

By Paul Zimmerman

High On the Hogs

The champion Redskins got on a winning track, beating Atlanta to avoid an 0-2 start

By Rick Telander

These Are No Giants

New York has two quarterbacks, too many aging defensive players and, now, two losses

By Peter King

Friendly Fire

Julio Cèsar Chàvez beat up Hector Camacho in a bruising bout between old acquaintances

By Pat Putnam

Baltimore Orioles

Slip Slidin' Away

A slump at home may have knocked the fatigued Baltimore Orioles from contention for the American League East title

By Tim Kurkjian

Arkansas

Not Exactly Hog Heaven

Only two weeks into the season, Arkansas already had one galling loss and a second head coach

By Austin Murphy

Lincoln Kennedy

IN THE DRIVER'S SEAT

Varied talents will give Washington tackle Lincoln Kennedy a lot of roads to follow—after the NFL, that is

By Richard Hoffer

Inside

College Football

By William F. Reed

Baseball

By Tim Kurkjian

The NFL

By Peter King

Golf

A Rookie Once Again

In the midst of one of his best years ever, 50-year-old Ray Floyd made his debut on the Senior tour

By William F. Reed

Andy Van Slyke

Playing for Laughs

ANDY VAN SLYKE, THE PITTSBURGH PIRATES' DECIDEDLY OFF-CENTER CENTERFIELDER, MAY SOON BE A CLOWN WITH A BATTING CROWN

By Steve Rushin

Design

Back to the Drawing Board

Morton Heilig "improves" familiar games and sports equipment

By Franz Lidz

For The Record

An agonizing week for Ashe...Two blowouts in the islands...No last words from Laettner

Edited by Sally Guard

Faces in the Crowd

Point After

A Rude Awakening

A baseball fan, fresh from a trip abroad, returns to find his favorite game in a nightmarish state

By Steve Wulf

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Edited by Bruce Newman